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Sep
21

Ghost Plantation During my visit to Charleston SC, I wanted to photograph the live oak trees with the Spanish moss at some of the iconic entrances to the plantations

. But, I wasn’t completely happy with the conventional results because the tourist spots were crowded and very manicured. This image is from an old entrance to a plantation that no longer exists and was taken just as the sun started to rise.

Camera: @getolympus #getolympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III
Lens: M.Zuiko ED 12-100mm f4.0 IS PRO
Settings: ISO 200, 41mm, f/8.0, 4.0 sec w/tripod
Mode: High Res (80mp)

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